Tin Can Workshop for Kids

This past weekend I taught a tin can workshop for kids at the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh. These young artists spent two days cutting and pounding their way through a pile of metal product containers, as well as going through a stack of band-aids. A couple of SCC staff members got involved in building a tin collage as well. Check out the photos showing the process and the results.

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4 Responses to “Tin Can Workshop for Kids”

  1. 1 Kahli & Ricky Ovalles
    January 21, 2013 at 7:02 pm

    We would like to thank you for allowing us to participate in this workshop with you, Robert. It was a wonderful experience!

    From Kahli:
    You made learning to do something new and exciting fun! Plus you are really, Punny. 😉

    Ricky says: You are really awesome, thank you so much for teaching me so many new things. You are a great teacher, I meant what my collage said YOU ROCK!

  2. 3 Jolene Baller
    January 23, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    HELLO old friend! Just looked you up, and there you were! Just left you a message on facebook. We are The Jetsons these days, eh? 🙂

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